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A SSESSING N URSING D IAGNOSIS TO C LIENT B EHAVIOR Done by : Miss.Eman Alsolami
OUTLINE Behavior NANDA Nursing Diagnoses
O BJECTIVE : Ability of students to correspond behaviors to it’s NANDA nursing diagnosis.
Aggression; hostility Risk for injury Risk for other directed violence OR
Anorexia or refusal to eat Imbalanced nutrition: Less than body requirements
Confusion; memory loss and delusions Disturbed thought processes
Detoxification; withdrawal from substances Risk for injury
Difficulty making important life decision Decisional conflict
Difficulty with interpersonal relationships Impaired social interaction
Disruption in capability to perform usual responsibilities Ineffective role performance
Dissociative behaviors (depersonalization; derealization) Disturbed sensory perception
Expresses feelings of disgust about body or body part Disturbed body image
Expresses anger at God Spiritual distress
Hallucinations Disturbed sensory perception
Insomnia or hypersomnia Disturbed sleep pattern
Overeating Risk for imbalanced nutrition: More than body requirements
Suicidal Risk for suicide
Vomiting Risk for deficient fluid volume
Withdrawn behavior Social isolation
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